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  • DCAL Honors Graduate Teaching Assistants and Mentors

    Every year, the Dartmouth Center for the Advancement of Learning (DCAL) invites undergraduates who have taken a class with a graduate student, or had a graduate student research mentor, to nominate those who have demonstrated particular excellence or who have made a significant impact.

    GTA Appreciation Lunch at DCAL 2018
  • Latin Students Celebrate A New Publication

    Students, alumni, and friends will gather on April 13 to celebrate the publication of Lives of the Popes: Paul II, a book co-authored by ten students in Latin 28 and their professor, Thomas Hendrickson.

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  • Intro Italian, Hybrid-Style

    An ambitious class meeting schedule combined with competing demands on busy students' time may be keeping some from engaging in languages at Dartmouth, observes Professor Tania Convertini. A new hybrid model for Introductory Italian aims to offer more flexibility for students, and is discovering deeper levels of engagement in the process.

    Colosseum Rome Italy
  • Course Aims to Help Students Unpack Study Abroad Experiences

    A recent article from The Dartmouth explores new course COCO21: "What's In Your Shoebox," designed by Professors Francine A'Ness and Prudence Merton to help students reflect on experiences abroad while developing their intercultural sensitivity.

    Student studying
Moosilauke Ravine Lodge

DELTA Summit

Join us August 6-8, 2018 for the inaugural DELTA Summit: an applied, reflective professional development program for educators to gain critical knowledge and skills in the theory and practice of experiential learning. Learn more.

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